. then i met nikki. two weeks later, we were in reno to get married. they turned us down. see, it's nikki sawada, japanese-american, and in nevada, they had this antimiscegenation law: forbid marriages between races. i kept saying, "but i'm the foreigner." [laughter] so i phoned my lawyers, 'cause now i needed help to get married, and we went before a judge, and he said we had the right to, and so we did, and nevada got rid of the damn law, and so did a few other states as well. [applause] right, but, you know, in 1933, hitler sent a bunch of guys over here to study that antimiscegenation law to use it as a basis for some of their anti-semitic laws. now, it seems to me-- and i might be wrong, but i don't think so--that we sent a bunch of boys over there to get rid of that nazi stuff and a lot of those boys never came back. and now 16 years later, there's 20 states have still got that law on their books, and they don't want to give it up. maybe that's something else the ilwu should take a stand on, hmm? >> right! [cheers and applause] >> anyway, we had a honeymoon, only a couple of days, '